If you subscribe to a cable or satellite television service, you may be able to watch football on the go using a network’s mobile app. The following apps all require authentication, which means you need to be a cable or satellite subscriber.
• CBS Sports: In addition to people who sign up for Paramount+, the network allows “authenticated” CBS viewers — anyone who gets CBS through a pay-TV service — to stream games through the CBS Sports app and online on CBS. com.
• Fox Sports: The Fox TV Everywhere app provides live coverage of local market games and regional sports networks. You can also access the games through most cable-like streaming services, such as FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. You can watch NFL games through FoxSports.com on your laptop or tablet and on select streaming devices including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku. You only have access to the channels of your TV programming.
• NBC Sports: NBC will broadcast all Sunday Night Football 2022 games live on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. Both require authentication proving you have a cable, satellite or over-the-air TV subscription, and both will allow you to watch football on an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, computer, smart TV Samsung, many streaming players and Xbox game consoles. . The games will also be available on NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service (see below).
• Watch ESPN: ESPN’s mobile app offers “Monday Night Football,” as well as shows like “SportsCenter” once you’ve authenticated that you’re getting ESPN through a pay-TV service. The new $10-a-month ESPN+ streaming service doesn’t have live “Monday Night Football” games, although they’re coming in 2023. This year, however, ESPN+ will have a live international game, the Broncos against the Jaguars in London. Wembley Stadium on October 30. You can access WatchESPN on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Xbox game console, and streaming players, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Roku.